Tag Archive: High Cost Drugs

Price Shopping Pharmacies To Save On Meds

Ali Khoshnevis

Sumanah was a 26 year old event planner in New York City when suddenly diagnosed with congestive heart failure.  Sumanah was like many typical 26 year olds, without health insurance and no savings capable of paying for her medical bills. Taking 10 medications for her condition, Sumanah was paying full price at what she “thought” …

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Applying to a Patient Assistance Program (PAP)

07.17.13

Today many Americans find themselves struggling to pay for their medications, unfortunately leading to difficult choices between paying for food, rent, or prescriptions. Luckily pharmaceutical companies and other organizations are aware of this fact, and doing what they can to help alleviate costs for those struggling financially. For many drugs that may seem too expensive …

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Unregulated Drugs a Hazard to Poor and Elderly Patients

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As children grow up, they learn an important lesson: when you are sick, taking medicine usually helps you feel better in a reasonably short time. That acquired knowledge has helped generations of kids suck down foul-tasting cough medicine and other remedies. In fact, “taking your medicine” has become cultural shorthand for doing something that may …

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Demystifying the NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card

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Have you heard about the NeedyMeds drug discount card yet? If so, have you tried it yet? Hopefully you’ve already used the card and have seen some significant savings. If not, it’s time to print out your free card and start using it today! The free NeedyMeds drug discount card can be used anywhere in …

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The Lowdown on Specialty Drugs II: Biosimilars and How to Get Your Insurance Company to Cover the Costs

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Biosimilars are defined as “similar versions of an existing biological medicine by a different manufacturer.” Biosimilars may be used to treat difficult-to-manage conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, HIV and cancer, among other conditions. Because they are more complex and more difficult to manufacture than other pharmaceuticals, rigid compliance to regulations and quality …

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